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Crisis over recruitment

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  • In 2010 the situation is still the same as 1994 , Many people cannot obtain training contracts even after passing LPC and the profession is totally saturated , ethnic minorities in the profession get the smallest part of the cake - the crumbs according to some in the form of high street fees when they are lucky enough to get in. The suffering and psychological trauma is huge The law society exams is now LPC, aritcles are training contracts , but entry is still hard. if student spent their energy on business or other types of work they will be better off -
    better off being a plumber or a dentist than a lawyer

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  • Well, it's a sad sad situation.

    However I have no sympathy. If someone spends a lot of money on the LPC withouth considering the opportunities then that person should suffer the consequences.

    It sounds harsh but people should take responsibility for their bad decisions.

    That's life. Capitalism rewards those who make smart decisions and punishes those that do not.

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